Commodity stocks score
Things don't look so bad for commodity stocks, especially when you look at previous downturns.
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Currently, the mood does not seem to be the best. Uncertainty and fear have led to enormous volatility in all asset classes. In addition to geopolitical tensions and possibly decades of high inflation rates, the mood on the markets is clouded. Concerns about stagflation and a recession in the second half of the year are spreading. There is skepticism as to whether central banks can counter all the doom and gloom. But two pieces of good news are coming out of the mining sector. First, after earlier market corrections, the mining sector has significantly outperformed in the following twelve months. And second, due to the energy transition, demand for certain commodities may actually be the best in many decades in the medium to long term.
Many stock indices are bearish right now, but mining stocks received at least some support from the despicable inhumane Russian actions in Ukraine, not to mention inflation. The outlook for commodities needed in the context of climate change and decarbonization remains very good for the next few years. Even if there should be a short pause on the way to a net zero world. Just think of the possibilities discussed in this country to counteract a gas shortage by ramping up coal mines. The world will return to normal. And if there is a pause now, perhaps the efforts thereafter will be all the more aggressive. Whether the stock markets have already bottomed out is uncertain, but mining stocks in particular should remain on the watch list, not forgetting those that have copper, the raw material of the future, in their projects. Aurania Resources and Aztec Minerals, for example, have copper and gold in their projects.
Aurania Resources - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVLvztbnzUw - is working on its The Lost Cities Cutucu project (gold and copper) in the Andes Mountains of Ecuador.
Aztec Minerals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=470uITYna_E -, best funded, owns the Cervantes gold-copper project in Sonora, Mexico and the Tombstone epithermal gold-silver-lead-zinc-copper project in Arizona
Current corporate information and press releases from Aurania Resources (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/aurania-resources-ltd/).
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